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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prepare

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | by intellect is said to prepare itself to act, accordingly 2 1, 23 | Therefore God does not ~prepare unequal things for men by 3 1, 62 | need of grace in order to prepare ourselves for ~grace: for 4 1, 77 | for which, therefore, they prepare the body. The same is ~to 5 1, 63 | need of grace in order to prepare ourselves for ~grace: for 6 1, 76 | for which, therefore, they prepare the body. The same is ~to 7 2, 50 | apprehensive powers inwardly prepare their ~proper objects for 8 2, 56 | apprehension: for such powers ~prepare the way to the intellective 9 2, 91 | salvation, in order to prepare them to receive Him.~Aquin.: 10 2, 102 | for this took less time to prepare; and that they should not 11 2, 109 | Whether without grace man can prepare himself for grace?~(7) Whether 12 2, 109 | external aid of grace, can ~prepare himself for grace?~Aquin.: 13 2, 109 | external help ~of grace, can prepare himself for grace. For nothing 14 2, 109 | will turn to you." Now to prepare for grace is ~nothing more 15 2, 109 | external help of grace, can prepare himself for grace.~Aquin.: 16 2, 109 | seems to be in our power to prepare ourselves for grace.~Aquin.: 17 2, 109 | needs grace in order to prepare for grace, with ~equal reason 18 2, 109 | reason will he need grace to prepare himself for the first grace; ~ 19 2, 109 | and without ~grace, can prepare himself for grace.~Aquin.: 20 2, 109 | it is the part of man ~to prepare the soul." Now an action 21 2, 109 | that man by himself can prepare ~himself for grace.~Aquin.: 22 2, 109 | draw him." But if man could prepare ~himself, he would not need 23 2, 109 | another. Hence man cannot ~prepare himself without the help 24 2, 109 | Now in order that ~man prepare himself to receive this 25 2, 109 | having "turned" them. ~Now to prepare oneself for grace is, as 26 2, 109 | is clear that man cannot prepare himself to receive the ~ 27 2, 109 | It is the part of man to prepare his soul, since he does ~ 28 2, 109 | shortcoming that he ~does not prepare himself to have grace, the 29 2, 112 | Israel," and (1 Kgs. 7:3): "Prepare your hearts unto the Lord."~ 30 2, 112 | And thus man ~is said to prepare himself, according to Prov. 31 2, 112 | It is the part of ~man to prepare the soul"; yet it is principally 32 2, 112 | OBJ 2: Since a man cannot prepare himself for grace unless 33 2, 47 | prudence he is able to prepare against all the surprises 34 2, 95 | 18:23): "Before prayer prepare ~thy soul, and be not as 35 2, 116 | That they would . . . prepare this blessing before promised, 36 2, 121 | habit of fortitude, to ~prepare his mind against danger 37 2, 180 | to the active life can prepare themselves for the contemplative 38 3, 32 | as it were, in order to prepare and fashion ~the matter 39 3, 35 | no room at the inn might prepare many mansions ~for us in 40 3, 38 | to do penance, he might prepare men to ~receive worthily 41 3, 38 | of the under-craftsman to prepare the matter for the form ~ 42 3, 41 | justice and in fear, and prepare thy soul for temptation."~ 43 3, 46 | Where wilt Thou ~that we prepare for Thee to eat the Pasch?" 44 3, 49 | just as if a doctor were to prepare a medicine by which all ~ 45 3, 57 | 3): "If I shall go, ~and prepare a place for you, I will 46 3, 57 | saying (Jn. 14:2): "I go to prepare a place for ~you," and the 47 3, 64 | body of the faithful, or ~prepare them by their pious admonitions 48 3, 72 | was lawful at all times to prepare the chrism." But since solemn 49 3, 83 | 18:23): "Before ~prayer prepare thy soul," therefore the 50 3, 89 | various ways in ~which they prepare themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 51 Suppl, 29| priest. Therefore he does not prepare the matter ~of a sacrament 52 Suppl, 37| secondary acts ~whereby they prepare the people by doctrine. 53 Suppl, 40| is secondary, namely to prepare ~God's people for the reception 54 Suppl, 61| religion; ~secondly, to prepare what is necessary for the 55 Suppl, 85| each one may be careful to prepare himself for ~judgment, being 56 Appen1, 1| eternal life, because he can ~prepare himself for grace whereby


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